Touch screen Bo-bo's
By Resy King
April 26, 2012 10:37pm CST
I hate it. I had a dinner with my former boss before. He was a Quality Analyst before in our previous company. After the company shuts down; we departed ways and he's working on a different company right now. I was about to show a picture to him as we share stories after long time of not seeing each other before. I tried pulling up the pics but it doesn't respond. I tried rubbing it against the edge of the tissue; real hard that my boss also noticed it. Then It worked again. Is it true or works for you? When screen doesn't responds or flickers when you touch, all you need to do is to rub the screen on a cloth or tissue until it gets warm? This will fix the unresponsive touch screen phones due to weather. I'm using this tip for trobleshooting Cricket's smartphones before. Share me your response.
27 Apr 12
Said i've been using touch screen phones. Which means different touch screen phones every two years. I usually use the high end phones. The very first touch screen i had was from Sony Ericsson. I had two touch screen phones from them. One of them is still being used by my father-in-law the P1i which i bought for more than $1000 when it came out the first time. The next one was Samsung which is being used by my nanny now. Still with no problems at all. Then i changed to blackberry and a Samsung Galaxy S2.
• Pasay, Philippines
27 Apr 12
Yes, my phone has screen protectors. And it even has this thin film in keeping the creen protectors being scratch as well. But I did removed them 3 days after what happened. Then this happens. Hahaha.. I dunno but for some reasons, Screen protectors does helps.